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Around the state leagues: Fears for Port mid, young Pie on fire, big Docker's bag
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Who's putting their hand up for a senior recall in your club's second-tier team?
State league affiliate: Adelaide (SANFL)

This weekend: Sturt v Adelaide at Unley Oval, May 2, 12.35pm ACST

Young forward Darcy Fogarty responded well to being dumped by senior coach Matthew Nicks as he picked up 18 disposals, seven clearances and a goal in Adelaide's narrow one-point loss to Sturt.

Defender Josh Worrell (22 touches) and midfielder Chayce Jones (20) were among the biggest ball-winners for the Crows, while Billy Frampton put his hand up for a recall with 13 disposals, nine hitouts and a goal.

Recently re-signed defender Fischer McAsey was quiet down back, finishing with just 11 disposals.

Adelaide's Darcy Fogarty kicks the ball against Hawthorn in the round six match on April 25, 2021. Picture: AFL Photos

State league affiliate: Brisbane (VFL)

This weekend: Brisbane v Coburg at South Pines Sporting Complex, May 2, 12pm AEST

Youngster Thomas Berry responded well to his demotion from Chris Fagan's side as he collected 25 touches for the Lions during their three-goal loss at home to Coburg.

Fringe player Keidean Coleman was the Lions' best in the narrow loss, booting two goals to go along with 28 disposals at South Pines Sporting Complex.

Ruck duo Connor Ballenden (13 hitouts and 19 disposals) and Archie Smith (14 hitouts and 10 disposals) battled hard all day, while Connor McFadyen kicked two goals in his first game back from the knee injury he picked up last year.

Brisbane's Thomas Berry in action against Geelong in round two on March 26, 2021. Picture: AFL Photos

State league affiliate: Carlton (VFL)

This weekend: Essendon v Carlton at Windy Hill, May 2, 12.05pm AEST

Will Setterfield was judged best-on-ground for his efforts during Carlton's 49-point victory over Essendon at Windy Hill.

Setterfield picked up 26 touches and booted a goal in an eye-catching performance, while former Swan Nic Newman collected 23 touches in his first game back from rupturing his patella tendon last year.

Big man Tom De Koning (13 touches and 31 hitouts)…
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